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Software Engineering. Software Engineering is the 5th semester book of Gujarat Technological University students. Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning have been around for a long time. In recent years, there has been a surge in popularity for applications integrating AI and ML technology. As with traditional development, software testing is a In light of these distinctions, various software testing challenges arise.
The emphasis of this paper is on the challenge of effectively splitting the data into training and testing data sets. By applying a k-Means clustering strategy to the data set followed by a decision tree, we can significantly increase the likelihood of the training data set to represent the domain of the full dataset and thus avoid training a model that is likely to fail because it has only learned a subset of the full data domain.
The goal of this conference is to bring together researchers and practitioners from academia and industry to focus on understanding Modern software engineering concepts and establishing new collaborations in these areas. Over the last years software development life-cycles have continuously been shortened and new releases are being deployed at a more and more frequent level.
In order to ensure the quality of those releases, a strong shift towards In order to ensure the quality of those releases, a strong shift towards automated testing at all testing levels has become noticeable throughout the software development industry. At system testing level, the scope of testing is the developed product as a whole, tested in a test environment that has a very close resemblance to the production system. Because of this system-wide scope and the many potential sources for failures, the implementation of automated tests at this level is challenging.
Exhaustive testing is neither feasible nor maintainable, therefore proper designed test cases that cover important functionality are essential. Due to increasing laws and regulations on data protection and data privacy, proper management of test data used in automated testing is as important. This paper discusses how automated system tests for TeachCenter 3. Component-based software process support. Test automation in microservice architecture.
This is a short review article on how we tested Filipo's monolithic application and what has changed with the transition to mi-croservice architecture. Containers and microservices are becoming increasingly popular, providing additional Containers and microservices are becoming increasingly popular, providing additional capabilities. But like any other new technology, they put new challenges on developers.
The proposed methodology is systematized as sequence of actions and flexible, therefore it is easy to understand and use. Optional performance of some activities, such as defining non-functional tests, allows the test process to focus on the specific needs of the user and performing step-by-step testing. The proposed methodology can be used by different specialists for different test purposes.
Another advantage of the proposed methodology is that it uses a small set of test artifacts. When implementing full coverage tests based on the methodology, it is possible to achieve a high level of automation, where it is necessary to ensure only the tested business process. Nikolay Raychev. Related Topics. Software Testing Computer Science. Follow Following. Software Quality Assurance.
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